Local and international experts present research on learning and educational innovation at the faculty every Wednesday at lunchtime
23 April 2015noon–1pm
New staff presentation series: McCormick and Low
Introducing the Faculty of Education and Social Work's newest research appointees and what led them here.
28 April 20156.30–8pm
Private power and public service
What is the nature of the relationship between private power and public service in Australia today? An expert panel reflects.
29 April 201511am–12.30pm
A Research on Learning and Educational Innovation seminar with Roberto Martinez-Maldonado.
4 May 20154pm–6.30pm
Film screening and discussion: China’s three dreams
Featuring a post-screening question-and-answer session with award-winning director Nick Torrens.
6 May 201511am–12.30pm
A discussion led by Lucila Carvalho, covering work developed by the Laureate Program of Professor Peter Goodyear.
13 May 201511am–12.30pm
A Research on Learning and Educational Innovation seminar with Davinia Hernández-Leo.
27 May 201511am–12.30pm
Dr Jos Bos offers the opportunity to discuss the implications of contemporary change on institutional ‘shape’, as well as on curriculum design and delivery.
5 June 20159am–4pm
A one-day workshop that teaches a reflective-practice for energising primary- and high-school teachers.
22 & 23 June 20158.30am–3.45pm
Technology for teaching and learning
Developments in quality education for students K–12 who experience difficulties learning in mainstream classes.
17 July 201510am–noon
Government interventions in teacher education examined as worldwide phenomena: from dismantling to re-invention.
14 August 20159am–3pm
A workshop that will engage teachers in a way of thinking that has country at its centre and story as its expression.
5 September 20158.30am–5pm
This annual event provides a forum for discussing and sharing research in the area of TESOL, as well as exploring possible future research collaborations.